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to make sure that medicare and social security and other programs exist 20 years from now, there's that relationship to making sure there's a big enough revenue number. what he's laid out in terms of the rates just gets you a trillion. you will need net additional 500 billion beyond that i don't think he's overasked. everybody knows for those of us that have been successful, we'll pay more. more semantics about what format. let's have rates go back up. if we can really exercise the kind of discipline and tax reform that simpson-bowles and gang of six talked about it, we need to do that. >> speaker boehner would argue he's put a solution on the table that he'll compromise on deductions. in that context why is the treasury secretary being belligerent. you just need total tax rate. total tax take to rise on wealthy and not marginal rates. >> look at those plans that people have talked about. the speaker has talked a lot about simpson-bowles. they assume top rates went back up and you bliuilt the tax refo off that premise that included a top rate of 39%. the actuality is when we actu
on entitlements on the table. they are significant raising the medicare eligibility age from 65 to 67. and enacting a reduced inflation formula for social security benefits and other government programs. those are real tangible offers on entitlements that mean that even though the white house rejected the offer, carl, this is positive because now you have specifics from the white house on taxes, from the republicans on entitlements, that's the beginning of the conversation and the president is hoping the meeting with the governors helps move that along a bit. >> i thought it was really interesting there's a new beat to the country after the election defeat of romney the way in which the governors in las vegas who spoke about modernizing gop as you might do abroad. can they push the gop along to the extent that we get a deal sooner rather than later on this particular issue? >> reporter: in theory they could. in practice the national political dialogue and state level political dialogues move on separate tracks. the governors can lend their voices but they can't have a lot of influence
of present value of unfunded future medicare, medicaid, and government pension liabilities is $87 trillion. that $87 trillion is greater than the net worth of the $63 trillion net worth of the united states. that number grew by $7 trillion. any accountant would have to say the u.s. is not a going concern. these debts are being hidden, not being reported. and i don't understand why. >> well, charles, you always get me thinking. maybe i don't agree with everything you say, but today i think i pretty much agree with a lot of it. thank you for being our guest. carl, back to you. >> all right. rick, thanks so much. in a job market that seems to be stabilizing, there are industries that still can't find the workers they need. we're highlighting two of those industries and finding out why businesses are so desperate to hire right after the break. ...at the best schools in the world... ...you see they all have something very interesting in common. they have teachers... ...with a deeper knowledge of their subjects. as a result, their students achieve at a higher level. let's develop more stars in e
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